My son has a milk, egg & nut allergy- Help!

Alanea - posted on 03/08/2012 ( 9 moms have responded )

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So my son is allergic to milk, eggs, and nuts. It's so hard finding and cooking dinner for him. He is only 13 months old. What are some good meals to make for him? He LOVES chicken!

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Brittney - posted on 03/08/2012

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Tofu, vegetables, noodles (you can make your own), fruits, meats...I'm not too good with food allergies but I can at least try.



Noodles (approximates given since I dont use measuring cups)

1 cup flour

1/2 water

salt/pepper to taste

-roll out dough till flat

-use a pizza cutter to cut into strips

-boil in salted water or broth for about 10 minutes.

-add veggies to make into a soup, add meats to make a dinner

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Marlena Delgado - posted on 01/12/2013

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If your son is 13 some quick foods he can cook;
1. Chicken: add coca-cola and ketshup and cook it in the oven.
2. Get a grill with auto-off timer. Bubba burgers are placed frozen in the grill for about ten minutes. No need to season. If he likes it more spicy add cayenne pepper and parsley.
3. Tyson fun shapes chicken nuggets can be cooked in the oven or electril grill. Don't forget to read the lables to ensure you get the milk free.
3. Beef or chicken jurkey are a great snack to always carry. Whole foods and Fresh Market Supermarkets have natural no additives or preservatives and also different flavors.

Susan - posted on 10/12/2012

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Go to The Allergist Mom. Sarah is not only my wonderful daughter but she is a pediatric allergist and 3 of her 4 children have life threatening food allergies. If you are new to her site go from the beginning and read all of her entries and the comments. She has a beautiful community of followers. And she has a new chicken recipe up this last week!

Susan - posted on 10/12/2012

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Go to The Allergist Mom. Sarah is not only my wonderful daughter but she is a pediatric allergist and 3 of her 4 children have life threatening food allergies. If you are new to her site go from the beginning and read all of her entries and the comments. She has a beautiful community of followers. And she has a new chicken recipe up this last week!

Julie - posted on 10/04/2012

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I have a recipe/info blog that may be of help to you. It's called Natural and Free. All recipes are in some way allergy-friendly. There's even a page on allergy-friendly broths for cooking. Here's the link to the main page: http://naturalandfree.blogspot.com/ Any of my recipes that call for butter or milk you can use a milk substitute instead, and anything that calls for eggs, you can use an egg substitute instead. Anything that calls for nuts, you can leave the nuts out easily (the exception being things like pecan pie).



Here's some other links you may find helpful:

http://www.enjoylifefoods.com/#page=page...

http://www.sodeliciousdairyfree.com/

http://www.earthbalancenatural.com/



Hope that helps a little bit. :) Let me know if I can be of help to you at all, I'd be more than happy to be of service. :)

Heather - posted on 08/12/2012

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The longer you do it, the easier it gets. Think of all the things that DON'T contain milk- tons of things. You can have meatballs (just don't add any egg), mashed potatoes (if he doesn't like them plain, then buy a dairy-free butter like Earth Balance or roast them with seasonings instead), any kind of fresh/canned fruit or vegetable (soft enough for him to chew). Also, spagetti (check the sauce ingredients though, some brands contain milk, but many do not, we use Prego) is a quick and easy, not to mention soup and sandwiches (check your bread ingredients, some contain milk, many don't have milk or egg). Once you find a few brands of items that do not have milk, egg, you will find a few more and a few more. Pretty soon you remember what to buy and your selection gets bigger and bigger.

Lauren Jade - posted on 06/18/2012

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chicken with mash potato and beans ( home made) instead of using milk try soya or ricemilk and instead of butter use dairy free butter

Pasta bolignaze - get egg free pasta from your local supermarket


if you make home made food just swap the dairy and egg ingrediants with alternitaves! x

Małgorzata - posted on 04/01/2012

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I had the same problem. Try some of my recipes. Will be good. My kids have food allergies. I have a blog with recipes for kids with food allergy, and some craft for them.



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